A new Kickstarter campaign aims to take the shock out of energy bills by letting you choose how much you want to spend.
Verizon coughs up a big update for its flagship Windows Phone, finally delivering features like Cortana and Action Center.
After fending off privacy concerns around voice recognition in its smart TVs, Samsung is facing new complaints about ads appearing in users' video streams.
Crafty users can still install an older version to get around Dish's arbitrary restrictions.
Keeping your Google account secure is already a good idea, so you might as well nab some free storage while doing it.
The massive password dump both tests and protests cybercrime law enforcement in the United States.
Why keep your loyalty cards on a keychain when you could have them on your wrist instead? Probably because the old-school way is still less stressful.
Microsoft wants to lock up the obvious name for a Windows subscription service, but will it actually deliver?
As Netflix's original content war with Amazon intensifies, it's tapping the director of Moulin Rouge! and The Great Gatsby for a new drama.
The Aquaris E4.5 Ubuntu edition will launch in Europe via flash sales, though it's unclear why you'd want one.
Like a decentralized Wayback Machine, a new tool called Amber is letting individual websites join the fight against link rot.
We've seen projector phones tablets and cameras before, but none of those creations seem quite as logical as the projector boombox.
Swatch plans to have an answer when the Apple Watch arrives this April, though a full-blown wrist computer seems unlikely.
Ever wish you could watch the Weird Al Show or Mystery Science Theater 3000 again? ShoutFactoryTV brings it to phones, set-top boxes, and more for free.